Networking blues
Marion Scher[Marion Scher] When quite a while back, former editor and friend Louise Marsland said I HAD to join Facebook – be in or be out – I jumped to attention and immediately signed up. My 21-year-old son’s reaction was “Ma, you joined Facebook – that’s so lame...” That, of course, made me feel much better about my choice.

Comments [2] [06 Aug 2009 17:27]

[AdForum Worldwide Summit] Day one
Johanna McDowell[Johanna McDowell] I’m currently at the AdForum Worldwide Summit Fall 2009 and, apart from being in New York, which is in itself so exciting as a city, the meetings with the various agencies and industry gurus are stimulating and thought-provoking.

[06 Oct 2009 11:08]

[AdForum Worldwide Summit] Day four
Johanna McDowell[Johanna McDowell] Production “de coupling” has been mentioned often as a definite trend among clients. I am not sure how pervasive the practice is in South Africa but it is very prevalent in other parts of the world such as US and UK and Australia.

[12 Oct 2009 11:41]

[AdForum Worldwide Summit] Day five
Johanna McDowell[Johanna McDowell] Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP and David Jones of Havas Group (EuroRSCG) were the star performers on day five. They were both excellent – gave us completely different viewpoints on how they think the economy is going to be in 2010. Can only happen in advertising.

[12 Oct 2009 11:51]

The use of social media for learning, teaching and citizenship
South African College of Business[South African College of Business] On Day 3 at the eLearning Africa Conference, one presentation in particular stood out. It focused on the idea that if the Learner Management System was the online classroom then surely social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter could serve as the cafeteria?

Comments [1] [07 Jun 2013 13:16]